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  • The Influence Of Social Media On The Premier League

    How Social Media helped improve fan engagement for The Premier League Social media should be considered as some sort of permeating factor in today 's society. Gone are the days when Social media was considered a novelty or a passing fad. Several industries began utilizing social media as a form to improve interaction between consumers and customers alike. After measured rumination of the juxtaposition of social media apropos of corporations, brands, and industries, This research paper highlights the budding relationship social media has with sports teams, sports brands, and sport organizations specifically the Premier League, and considers the improvements in relations between fan and club, thereby accurately influencing the the exposure…

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  • Why Aren T Women's Sports As Big As Men Analysis

    Every year men's sports teams make record high viewing numbers on both tv and live games, yet women’s team struggle to get half those viewers. Last year, Syracuse University had about a 21,000 people average attending their men’s basketball games while women had an average of only 752 people. This huge gap in fans is due to the fact that people like to watch men’s sports because women are not seen as strong, tough and athletic people which makes sports so exciting in the first place.…

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  • Manchester United Research Paper

    This is the story of how I learned to love Manchester United a soccer team that plays in the English premier league in England in which they have won that league a record thirteen times. Equally I feel they are the greatest soccer team to ever have played the beautiful game, I have never followed a team as intensely or had so much passion for a team to the point that I am willing to ignore the fact that we finished fifth last year and continue with the thought that we are the best team to have…

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  • Barclays Premier League Organizational Change

    In 1992, on May the first division of football league was resigned and the groups formed “The Super League” later the name was changed to Premier league. This transforming increased the revenue because new TV contract were established, and the revenue that was collected enabled this group of English teams to try to catch up with their Italian and Spanish counterparts especially in the department of money. The Barclays Premier League currently is the biggest constant annual worldwide sporting…

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  • Coca Cola Campaign Analysis

    Coca-Cola became the official sponsor of the FIFA 2014 World Cup that was held in Brazil. In this campaign, the company took advantage of the international football fans who were enthusiastic about the game. The use of football as a unifying sport allowed Coca-Cola to reach fans from over 90 countries (Minguez, 2014). As compared to Pepsi’s campaign, Coca-Cola had a greater impact on the soccer fans because it made use of…

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  • Park View Soccer Research Paper

    “To the windows, to the walls, to the walls, till the sweat drips down our socks, all these girlies rock! Park View Soccer!” The Park View varsity soccer team yelled before going on the field. They knew that they could win this game if the played as a team. This is the game that they have been waiting for. The game that would show everyone that they are the champions and always will be. Dribble, pass, shoot, the fundamentals of soccer. What you do when you play soccer. You get better at…

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  • Why Sport Is Important To Me

    As a young boy, I always loved to play sports, going outside with my father either kicking a football, throwing a tennis ball, or shooting some hoops. Sport for me is a way to express myself. At the age of 4 I learnt how to ride a bike, taught by my sister in a caravan park named “Cairns Coconut” In our family of five, I have an identical twin named Matthew and a Sister named Sarah. A place which sticks in our family’s heart is Port Elliot Caravan Park. I have been going to there for 15 years,…

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  • Why Is Football So Dangerous

    Natalie Meyer Mrs. Phenice English 20 November 2017 Is Football So Dangerous? Football; the most dangerous sport in the world. Unfortunately, football is the downfall of many great athletes that ruin their lives forever. But getting rid of this sport in the United States is almost nearly impossible. This is due to the fact that football is very popular nowadays. People start young and play their whole lives. What restrictions…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Is Football Safe?

    Jose Crespo Ms. D English 4 9,January ,2016 The controversial dispute is whether or not the NFL are doing enough to address head injuries and their long term effects. One may say the NFL are doing very little in educating their players about the long term effects and what they could be facing down the road. Such as Concussion, Brain damage, and Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy also known as (CTE). Some will say that they are being disobedient and stubborn. That they are not taking this…

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  • The Importance Of Football Helmet

    conducted several tests to compare brands of football helmets and what kind of force they can encounter. The studies were drop tests with the helmets and then with force sensors inside the helmet. All different types of popular helmets were tested; such as, Riddell Revolution, adams a2000, and more. It was found that the Adams a2000 helmet provided the best protection against concussions.…

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